• Saadet-i aile /

      Mehmet Faik. (İstanbul : A. Asaduryan Şirket-i mürettibiye matbaası,, 1316 [1899)
      Özege, M. S. Eski harflerle,
    • Sagamore Sociological Conference, Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts.

      Sagamore Sociological Conference.
      Reports of the sessions.
    • Saint-Maron : une paroisse diasporique : église et fidèles maronites à Montréal (1969-2015)

      Hubert, Ollivier; Saul, Samir; Zakhia, Frederic (2016-04-12)
      L’immigration maronite à Montréal date de la fin du XIXe siècle, mais c’est dans les
 années 1970 et 1990, à la suite des guerres au Liban, qu’il y a eu les plus grandes vagues. De rite syriaque antiochien, mais d’obédience catholique romaine, les immigrants maronites
 n’avaient pas d’église paroissiale propre. Les autorités diocésaines montréalaises avaient
 rassemblé les catholiques orientaux dans une même église dont le service était assuré par
 l’ordre melkite du Saint-Sauveur. En 1969, le père de l’ordre maronite mariamite Élias Najjar
 fonde avec des Égyptiens maronites la première paroisse. Cette étude se penche sur le
 processus qui a mené à la naissance de cette paroisse, son évolution à travers le temps et la vie de ses paroissiens. L’approche est narrative et descriptive, elle s’inscrit dans le cadre de l’histoire sociale et religieuse. Les résultats de l’analyse mettent en lumière une église
 nationale et un nouveau modèle de paroisse diasporique, différent du modèle classique,
 recelant des diversités infranationale, internationale et interconfessionnelle.
    • Saints and society; the social impact of eighteenth century English revivals and its contemporary relevance.

      Cairns, Earle E. (Earle Edwin), 1910-2008. (Chicago, Moody Press, [1960])
      Includes bibliographical references.
    • Salir juntos del lodazal

      Ridao, Joan, 1967- (Promotora de Informaciones S.A. (PRISA), 2021-02-22)
      Se trata de extender socialmente una serie de valores éticos comúnmente aceptados.
    • Sankt Sebastian vom Wedding /

      Herwig, Franz, 1880-1931. (München : Josef Kösel & Friedrich Pustet,, 1921)
      Mode of access: Internet.
    • Satire and social criticism in Ubayd Zakani's works

      Halilović Muamer (Center for Religious Sciences Kom, Belgrade, 2020-01-01)
      Social problems can be discussed in different ways. One is a philosophical interpretation of the essence of the problem, another is a historical consideration of the origin of the problem, and the third is a sociological analysis of the relationship between the problem and the development, namely decadence, of social life. However, all this belongs to the scientific method of social research, when we try to approach the analysis and solution of the problem by perceiving the problem as a phenomenon with certain characteristics and properties. Nevertheless, there is also a way when we just want to point out the problem, to draw people's attention to its harmfulness, to remind them that they are largely accustomed to it, to the extent that they no longer notice it even though its harmfulness is still obvious, perhaps even more than ever before. This is exactly the method that some writers, satirists, opt for. They offer a caricature of the social situation, because they believe that this is the only way we will get startled and realize how unconscious and unscrupulous we have been in relation to certain harmful circumstances in which we live and raise our children and future generations. Very often satirists do not offer any concrete solution, because that is not what they intend to do. Their method is not scientific, so that we would expect them to analyze a problem and then propose a solution. Their intention is solely to shake up the members of their community, wake them up from the dream they have fallen into, and encourage them to do something. Not more than that. In this paper, we will try, holding probably the greatest satirist in the history of Islam, Ubayd Zakani, as an example, to find out to what extent satirical thought could have been useful in the period following the Mongols' occupation of almost all Muslim territories.
    • School narration on refugees and the formative dimension of Polish language education

      Koc, Krzysztof (Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan, 2017-12-29)
      The basic thesis of the article is the conviction that the condition for an effective implementation of the formative function of humanistic education is reflection on the contemporary world, and especially on such disturbing and current problems as, for example, intercultural tensions, migrations and connected with them the refugee crisis. The analysis of texts addressing this topic in the Polish school may be a response to the ethical crisis of isolation from other people’s suffering and passivity towards evil, especially if the victims are people belonging to a different cultural or national community. Inspiration for such considerations can be found in reportages devoted to refugees and their situation.
    • School Superintendents' Perceptions of Ethically Just Responses to a Teacher Sexting Vignette: Severity of Administrator Response, Superintendent Personality, and Offender Gender and Race

      Adams, Michael W (InSPIRe @ Redlands, 2012-08-31)
      This study focused on the perceived ethics of the decisions superintendents make in response to a situation with a teacher that was value-laden, potentially volatile, and potentially affected by the teachers' gender or ethnicity. Superintendents (N = 123) each read one of 12 versions of a vignette depicting a sexting incident between a student and a teacher and were asked to use the Multidimensional Ethics Scale (McMahon & Harvey, 2007) to rate how ethical they found the administrative response to the situation to be. All versions of the vignette were the same except that (a) the described administrative response was either more lenient or more harsh and the teacher who had engaged in the sexting behavior was depicted as (b) either male or female, and as (c) either African-American, Latino, or White, non-Hispanic. Participants also took two personality measures (conscientiousness; openness to experience). However, neither personality scale predicted superintendents' response to the vignette. Nor did the gender or ethnicity of the teacher depicted in the vignette. However, there was a very large main effect for severity of the sanction given the teacher, with the more severe sanction being rated as the more ethical (Cohen's d = 1.70). When asked to describe in an open-ended question what response they would make to this situation, the two most frequent responses were to contact human resources (39%) and to investigate further (35%); a smaller proportion indicated that they would contact law enforcement (11%). Implications of these findings are discussed.
    • Scientific growth : essays on the social organization ethos of science /

      Ben-David, Joseph,1920-1986(viaf)108662520; Freudenthal, Gad (Berkeley (Calif.) : University of California press,, 1991)
      Includes bibliographical references and index.
    • “Scrivere di Islam”: A Collaborative Project

      Brioni, Simone, Dr.; Ramzanali Fazel, Shirin (Academic Commons, 2021-02-23)
    • Seasonable advice humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Bishops against their day of tryal. [electronic resource].

      S. T. (London : Printed for D.R.,, 1688)
      Signed and dated at end: Your Lordships humble servant S. T. With allowance, June 25th 1688.
    • Secular Christianity as National Identity: Religion, Nationality and Attitudes to Immigration in Western Europe

      Storm, Ingrid (2011-12-31)
      In political and popular discourse about immigration and integration, Europe is referred to as both fundamentally secular and fundamentally Christian depending on the context. Even if only a minority of the population in many Western European countries actually practise their religion, many continue to identify with Christianity as cultural tradition, without the beliefs and practice one would normally associate with a religious identity. Few empirical studies have analysed the relationship between religious and national identities in modern Europe. Using a combination of qualitative interviews and quantitative survey research with data from the International Social Survey Programme 2008 in Great Britain, the Netherlands, Denmark and Ireland, this thesis explores how religious affiliation, belief and practice are associated with anti-immigration attitudes and regarding Christianity as important for nationality. Factor analysis is used to explore different dimensions of national identity and how they relate to religious conceptions of the nation, and multivariate regression models address how experiencing immigration as a threat to national identity is associated with Christian affiliation and practice. The main finding is that Christian identification is positively associated with seeing immigration as a threat to national identity, whereas churchgoing is negatively associated with anti-immigration attitudes. There are two identifiable mechanisms that explain this finding. Firstly, 'Christian' can signify national cultural heritage or white ethnicity rather than faith. Hence those who identify as Christian, however loosely, are on average more likely to be nationalist or xenophobic. Secondly, since churchgoers will be more sympathetic to religion in general they also tend to be less negative towards Muslims and other religious minorities. The findings are contextualised through the use of qualitative interviews and comparative analysis of countries, addressing both the external influences and internal experiences that contribute to specific associations.
    • Security and the ethics of asylum after 11 September

      Matthew J Gibney (University of Oxford, 2002-07-01)
      "Security", the philosopher John Stuart Mill wrote in 1861, "is the most vital of all interests."
    • Seeking justice.

      Springer, 2014-07-18
      Citation only. Full-text article is available through licensed access provided by the publisher. Published in The American Journal of Criminal Justice, 12(2), 135-146. Members of the USF System may access the full-text of the article through the authenticated link provided below.
    • Segregation

      Michel Fariña, Juan Jorge; Gómez, Mariana; Mastandrea, Paula (Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios sobre Cultura y Sociedad, 2021-03-28)
    • Sejahtera heart and spirituality: lessons from selected hadiths

      Abdul Razak, Dzuljastri; Abdul Sabian, Nur Arfifah; Khaliq, Ahmad; Abdul Wahid, Nur Kamariah; Akbar, Mohamed Aslam; Haque, Ahasanul; Mhd. Sarif, Suhaimi; Abdul Rashid, Hafiz Majdi; Maulan, Suharni; Ismail, Yusof; et al. (Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia, 2021)
      This reflection article aims to provide some insights into the spiritual aspects of a sejahtera heart. Since spirituality is beyond the reach of human mind, we must depend on the information provided in the revelation. The heart plays a central role in the spiritual dimension of human life. Four hadiths with three themes have been selected to construct a general understanding on the spiritual functions of the heart. Firstly, the heart plays the role of the decision-maker that affects the whole body and behavior of human. Secondly, the heart naturally feels at peace when the choice is right but feels uncomfortable when the choice is wrong. Thirdly, a sound heart has the ability to provide the right advice to human. The article concludes by proposing that the strengthening of the spiritual aspects of the heart will create a strong inner control system within every individual. The University must strive towards creating a conducive ecosystem for the sound heart to reach its full potential. This will have a long-lasting effect in our effort to produce holistic staff and students than any external monitoring system.
    • Sekülerleşme ve Göç İlişkisi: Suriyeli Mülteciler Örneği

      Ramazan AKKIR (İlahiyat Bilimleri Araştırma Vakfı (IBAV), 2019-10-01)
      İçinde yaşadığımız modern dünyanın dilini belirleme özelliğine sahip olan sekülerleşme, dinin toplumsal etkisinin zayıflaması anlamına gelir. “Sekülerleşme ve Göç İlişkisi: Suriyeli Mülteciler Örneği” başlıklı bu nitel çalışma, İstanbul’da ikamet eden Suriyeli mülteciler üzerinden sekülerleşme ile göç olgusu arasındaki ilişkiyi incelemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Sekülerleşmenin göç olgusu ile olan ilişkisi, farklı toplum yapılarında değişiklik arz etmektedir. Bundan dolayı, sekülerleşme-göç ilişkisinde genel bir yargıya ulaşmak oldukça zor görünmektedir. Ancak biz, Suriyeli mülteciler üzerinden belli sonuçlara ulaşmaya çalışacağız. Sekülerleşme-göç ilişkisini analiz etmeyi amaçlayan bu çalışma, kartopu örnekleme tekniği ile kendilerine ulaşılan 15 Suriyeli mülteci ile yapılan mülakatlar sonucunda ortaya çıkmıştır. Bu makalenin temel tezi, zorunlu göç sonunda İstanbul’da yaşamaya başlayan Suriyeli mültecilerin sekülerleşmeye başladığı sorunsalıdır. Açıkçası, Suriye iç savaşının başladığı 2011 yılının mart ayından itibaren Türkiye’ye göç etmeye başlayan mültecilerin bireysel ve toplumsal yaşamı üzerinde dinin etkisi gittikçe azalmaya başlamıştır. İstanbul’da yaşayan Suriyeli mültecilerin sekülerleşme eğilimi göstermesinin arka planında Türk toplumuna uyum sağlama isteği, mahalle baskısından uzaklaşma, eğitim kurumlarında dini doğru öğrenme ve yaşadıkları trajik olaylardan dolayı Yaratıcı ile olan ilişkilerini gözden geçirme motivasyonları yer almaktadır. Nitel verilerin esas alındığı bu çalışma üç bölümden oluşmaktadır. İlk bölümde farklı boyutlarıyla sekülerleşme kuramı ile beraber göç olgusu analiz edilmiş, ikinci bölümde de yarı yapılandırılmış sorulardan oluşan mülakat verileri yorumlanmıştır. Son bölümde ise ulaşılan sonuçlar, maddeler halinde değerlendirilmiştir.